Tag Archives: emmigrants

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2014.115.17

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 449, 28/08/2009

Local news: MSP for Children and Early Years visit; results of the lamb sale; An Iodhlann’s new place names project by Iona Brown; Tiree competitors at Mull half marathon; dates for forthcoming Tiree Wave Classic; community windturbine works progress; Girl Guides reunion on Tiree in 2010; Canadian funders assist An Iodhlann’s genealogy records; Windsurf Club update; information about Tiree High School gala day.

2019.21.1

Genealogical information about the descendants and ancestors of Hector MacKinnon, Vaul (1801-1864), and his wife Margaret MacKinnon, Balephuil, who emigrated to Australia with their four children in 1853. They were living in Balephuil in 1841 before moving to Barra in the mid-1840s, where their fourth child was born. By 1851, the family were living at Petty in Invernesshire. They sailed for Australia from Inverness on board the ‘Bloomer’ in 1853. Includes emailed correspondence regarding links to distant relatives living on Tiree in 2018: MacFadyen, Scarinish; MacKinnon, Balemartine; Cameron, Kirkapol(?).

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2019.11.8

Black & white photograph of the gravestone of Donald Brown (1864-1947), his wife Matilda Hansina Brown (nee Petersen) (1874-1960), and their son John Edward Brown (1898-1906) in Yeppoon Cemetery, Australia. Donald emigrated to Australia in 1886. His parents were Hugh Brown and Anne Kennedy of Moss.

2019.11.6

Black & white portrait photograph of Donald Brown, Moss (1864-1947) and his wife and children, taken in Australia in around 1912. Donald emigrated to Australia in 1886. His parents were Hugh Brown and Anne Kennedy of Moss.

L-R: Maria Christina, Donald, Donald Alexander, Anne Margaret, Matilda and Hector Hugh. Two of their children are absent: their eldest son, John Edward, was drowned in 1906, and their youngest son was not born until 1917.

2019.11.5

Black & white aerial photograph of ‘Main Camp’ in Farmborough, Yeppoon, Australia, built as the family home by Donald Brown (1864-1947), who emigrated to Australia in 1886. His parents were Hugh Brown and Anne Kennedy of Moss.

2019.11.3

Historical information about the home of Donald Brown (1864-1947) in Livingstone Shire, Australia, known as ‘Annie Brown’s House’ (one of his daughters) at ‘Main Camp’. Includes photographs of the building. Donald emigrated to Australia in 1886. His parents were Hugh Brown and Anne Kennedy of Moss.

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2019.11.2

Information about Donald Brown of Tiree and Australia (1864-1947). He emigrated to Australia in 1886. His parents were Hugh Brown and Anne Kennedy of Moss. Material includes transcripts of a biography written in Yeppoon, Australia in 1925, a description of ‘Main Camp’ where he lived and farmed, an account of the death of one of his sons in 1906, an obituary in the Rockhampton Morning Bulletin, 1947.

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2019.11.1

Family tree for Donald Brown of Tiree and Australia (1864-1947). Donald emigrated to Yeppoon, Australia, as a young man in 1886. His parents were Hugh Brown and Anne Kennedy of Moss. The family tree traces Donald’s ancestors back to Rory Grahame and Marion MacDonald, who were married in Tiree in 1774, and includes family names Beaton, Kennedy, Cameron and MacDonald.

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